• Homeward Bound Pet Of The Week! Ryder

    Say “Hello!” to Ryder, a 4-5 year old, 48 lb. Sharpei mix.  If you’re looking for a well behaved snuggle pup, please consider this guy.  He enjoys going for walks, love people, does fine with other dogs, and house trained.  Ryder doesn’t bark, he “trills” when he’s excited.  He is  fully vetted and ready for […]

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  • Pet Of The Week: Niko!

    This week we are joined by Niko! Niko has been at the humane society 2 of the 4 years of his life. He is an extremely sweet companion dog. He loves to go on walks and riding in the car. He would make a great family dog or a companion for a truck driver. If […]

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  • Ask The Doc! Combating Covid-19

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    This week, The doctors discuss the recent progress with Combating the Covid-19 Virus. Remdesivir has been approved for use against Covid-19. Remdesivir has been proven to shorten a Covid-19 Patient’s stay in the hospital by 5 days. However, If you have taken Hydroxychloroquine you can’t take Remdesivir because of how the two medications react to […]

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  • Spiders

    In the spirit of Halloween this year, I want to talk about spiders. When I was growing up either my dad or me always had spider duty for my sister. If there is one in her general vicinity, she wants it dead. She’s actually still like that to this day; I just can’t hear her […]

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  • Night of the Living Safari Press Release

    As a way of saying “Thank You” to their community and supporters, the North Georgia Safari Park and White County Fire Station #6 are co-hosting the “Night of the Living Safari”, a drive-thru trick or treat experience. The event will take place Friday and Saturday, October 30th and 31st, 4:00pm-7:00pm. Here’s the best part – […]

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  • Chinese Privet

    Written and Submitted By Jacob Williams   Chinese privet is an invasive weed that grows in leaps and bounds. It is capable of taking over large areas of land. The Georgia Forestry Commission consistently lists it at the top of their Dirty Dozen for non-native invasive plants. It can become a real problem in wooded […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Of The Week: Stormy!

    Stormy is smiling and learning to trust again!  She has been rescued from the storm and is waiting for someone to say, “That’s my girl!” and provide a forever home.  Stormy is a 50 lb. 7 or 8 year old Sharpei mix.  She is house trained, gentle on a leash and her former foster mom […]

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  • Ask The Doc! Are We Back To Normal?

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    This Week, The doctors discuss getting back to normal life. They touch on the importance of knowing when to wear a mask and assessing your individual health risks. Is covid-19 seasonal? Which tests give the best, and most accurate results? All this and more is addressed right here on Ask The Doc! Have a question […]

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  • Gracie Barra Student Spotlight: Braelyn

    Located in the mountain town of Ellijay, Gracie Barra Ellijay offers Brazilian Jiu-jitsu classes to students of all ages and sizes.  Brazilian Jiu-jitsu is not only a fantastic workout, it is also packed full of strategy and techniques that help students sharpen their minds and develop discipline. Students are continually exposed to situations on the […]

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  • Ask The Doc! The President’s Covid-19 Treatment

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    This Morning, The doctors discuss how President Trump was treated during his hospital stay. They discuss what was in the “Cocktail” of drugs given to him. They also dive into questions everyone is wondering about Covid-19. How long does immunity last? Did you know there are multiple strains of the virus? Find out the latest […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Of The Week! Brownie

    Meet Brownie, a 25 lb., 2 year old who happens to be the owner of a gorgeous auburn colored coat that would make Lady Clairol envious!   Brownie was surrendered due to her mother not being able to care for her any longer.  Brownie loves to walk and is a good hill climber.  She would […]

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  • Pet Of The Week! Agnes

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    This week, we are joined by Agnes! Agnes is around four months old and has spent the first four months of her life outside. She is an extremely happy and energetic lab mix. She has the puppy energy and will need some training, but will bring some spice to any home! Once She is comfortable […]

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  • Stink Bugs

    We are in that time of year when stinkbugs start to move indoors. They can be a real annoyance. Let’s talk about where these bugs came from and what you can do to keep them from becoming a big pest in your house. The stinkbugs that are trying to get inside your house are most […]

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  • Pet Of The Week! Peter Pan

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    This week, we are joined by last week’s pet of the week’s brother, Peter Pan! Peter is a Hound mix with an extremely calm and loving personality. When around his siblings he can get rowdy, but when he’s alone he is calm and just wants to curl up for a nap. The Humane Society estimates […]

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  • Lichen

    Have you seen moss growing on trees? Lichen is the term used for the blue green, papery growth that is often found on the bark of trees and other perennials. Sometimes folks are concerned over the growth of lichen, because they think it may be damaging their tree. Most of the time, this is not […]

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